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What Does the Color of Your Sperm Tell You? Can It Determine Necrospermia?
Necrospermia is becoming increasingly common and has caused widespread concern among men. The appearance of necrospermia makes many families lose the laughter of their children. How is it diagnosed? By looking at the sperm color, can doctors determine the disease of necrospermia?

The quality of sperm determines the success of a woman's pregnancy and directly affects the quality of the fertilized egg. Generally, the semen of a healthy man is grayish or yellowish and has a coagulated nature. If the color of semen changes, it is likely to be a signal from the man's health and should be taken seriously.
Necrospermia is a common reproductive disease in men. It is also one of the common causes of male infertility in clinical practice. Necrospermia accounts for 5.6% of infertility due to sperm abnormalities. Necrospermia refers to multiple (usually three times) routine semen examinations in which most or all of the sperm in the semen is dead, and the dead sperm is more than 50% one hour after sperm discharge. The majority of sperm from a patient with necrospermia is yellow. 
However, it is not necessarily that all men with yellow sperm have the disease of necrospermia. Most sperm ejaculated by patients with necrospermia is yellow because the reproductive organs are infected with inflammation, such as prostatitis, seminal vesiculitis, and urethritis in some patients. As a result, it leads to the death of many sperm. These inflammatory diseases may stimulate the genital area, resulting in a change in the color of semen and a bad smell.
So, in clinical practice, how do doctors usually confirm the diagnosis of necrospermia?
1. Semen examination. Semen laboratory examination, which finds that dead sperm accounts for more than 40%, can be diagnosed as necrospermia. Those with artificially increased dead sperm or extremely weak or inactive sperm motility due to improper examination methods or operations not according to routine are not diagnosed as necrospermia. 
If the abstinence time is too long, the dead sperm reserves increase, and the sperm survival rate decreases. The survival time of sperm in different environments and temperature conditions (in a too-cold or too-hot environment) also varies. The doctor will generally collect two specimens of semen after regular abstinence for 2-3 days.
2. Physical and chemical examination. It generally includes semen microscopy, routine male semen testing, prostate fluid testing, semen microbiology testing, hemospermia, seminal plasma anti-sperm antibody testing, and semen biochemical analysis to determine whether the patient has necrospermia.
3. Medical history and physical examination. There are generally no specific signs, mainly secondary to prostatitis and lesions such as seminal vesiculitis or orchitis that lead to necrospermia. The patient can obtain relevant factors, such as infection in the genital tract, alcoholism, high-temperature work, etc.
4. Endocrine examination. Serum FSH, as well as a T-test, should be performed. If the two are normal, there is no need for further endocrine examination.
Therefore, just by observing the sperm color, it is not clear whether the patient's disease is necrospermia. At this point, the patient needs to go to the hospital for a timely diagnosis and choose the appropriate treatment according to the severity of the disease. Those who need to conceive should not delay the golden period of treatment.
For necrospermia caused by inflammatory infection, taking the traditional Chinese medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill is recommended. Its powerful antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects can improve the patient's inflammatory irritation symptoms and has a good effect on treating urinary tract infections and necrospermia, and oligospermia. The patient should adhere to the treatment until it returns to normal.
Patients should perform proper relaxation during the treatment process and not have too much psychological pressure. By doing semen bacterial culture or routine semen examination in the hospital, they can find the cause more accurately, improve sperm production and vitality, increase sperm survival rate, and improve the chances of fertility.
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